multiproblem

multiproblem

(ˌmʌltɪˈprɒbləm)
adj
characterized by or experiencing several problems
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How multiproblem families try to find support in social services.
Resiliencia familiar: Un enfoque de investigacion e intervencion con familias multiproblematicas [Family resilience: A research and intervention approach with multiproblem families].
2009) with a community-based youth services approach for multiproblem families.
Assessing substance use in multiproblem patients: Reliability and validity of the Addiction Severity Index in a mental hospital population.
taking the cream off the top as far as fee paying clients are concerned, leaving the masses of the poor, the chronically ill, the multiproblem families to find help and support through underfunded community agencies.
Building on personal networks when intervening with multiproblem poor families.
It has an updated and expanded summary of concerns specific to sexual abuse offenders; more on psychological maltreatment; a revised abuse interview; new sections on treating dissociative symptoms, parent training programs, group treatment, and working with multiproblem families; a new case illustrating group treatment with adolescents; an expanded conceptualization of principles of the treatment approach used with adult survivors; and a new concluding chapter on current thinking on abuse policy and prevention strategies and new directions in research.
Both medical specialties have suffered from a medical currency perspective as a result of the dwindling inpatient bed capacity and the loss of the retiree population, which often presents for medical care with complex, multiproblem disorders.
Underlying the push towards collaboration is the belief that by working together human service organizations can integrate their services, producing more effective and efficient delivery and addressing the needs of multiproblem clients in a more comprehensive manner (Konrad, 1996).
In spite of the unique advantages of psychosocial intervention at home, family therapists using in-home intervention have reported feeling incapable of helping multiproblem families with this approach.
Stress-resistance in a multiproblem milieu: Are resilient juveniles 'Superkids'?
Treatment for CSA survivors requires multiproblem intervention strategies because of the sheer number of symptom possibilities (Lev-Wiesel), as well as peer supervision for the counselor to promote personal self-care and attention to boundary issues (Stebnicki).